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Egyptian Dawn: Exposing the Real Truth Behind Ancient Egypt Hardcover – International Edition, October 4, 2010
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Credit should go where it is due. I have had so many paradigms blown open, and I was so excited in reading this work, which is Temple's true labor of love, created out of the genius of his love for research, that it inspired me to write this, my first Amazon review.
I have waited all my life for this book.
I read The Sirius Mystery long ago at university. I felt uncomfortable with it, because I felt he was going too deeply into analysing what I felt was essentially an story, tantalising though the information might be. After that book he took a more conventional turn in his writings, as several other excellent authors, such as Mark Lehner have done, having overcome youthful exuberance. I was and am continuing to be simply blown away by information provided in his later The Crystal Sun, and still have not finished reading that ponderous though informative work, which has taken Temple decades to write. Temple is a man interested in the truth and will not release a work incomplete, with arguments insufficiently developed.
In reading that book, (ongoing) I was shocked that here was an ancient mysteries author, somehow different from all the others. He appeared to be an order of magnitude more intelligent and capable, not merely consulting original ancient texts, such as Pliny, in selected areas, but having actually purchased and read the whole catalogue of Pliny and other relevant primary-source works, by relevant authors, and not just penguin classics, (he has even authored one) but Loeb editions as well. That is something that historians will not always do. They will often favour the judgements of a secondary source over any primary material, if it goes contrary to what the primary material states.Read more ›
He finally discovers the real purpose of the Giza complex. Its a mathematical monument to the astral, that is cosmological mind. who but Robert temple could have the original, non-standard academic mind (of genius) to study the ancient and 19th century texts to find what all other researchers have neglected. What unbelievable patience he has shown in all his books. all his books read like a detective story. The subject? the origin of the human mind. What does he find? Our mind is monumented with cosmology - all ignored by modern academics.
Sure he has many rich diversions - but it is the diversions of a brilliant mind who has more to deliver to the world then he can manage at times. He is the only strong author who is able to counter the internet multi-cultural propaganda of Black Africa etc. He discovers that the ancient "Libyans" were a light skinned race (Celtic?) that made the vanished rich monolithic culture that existed from Britain (Stonehenge) down to North Africa, and were the ruling class of ancient Egypt. These "Libyans" were the "race" that built the great monuments of Egypt --- Not the impoverished, starving nomadic subsistence farmers of Nubian extract, etc. The truth is hard to say these days. But Temple finds a powerful way to face the winds of modernist multi-cultural re-writing of Western history.
I have traveled twice to the Giza Plateau to verify his discoveries. I have seen his theories and researches already entered the culture: i.e.Read more ›
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A review of ancient monuments & artifacts in Egypt, along with a "new" method of re-dating them. Too much geometry for me. Lots of photos.Published 2 months ago by Violet Bunny
A Review of Temple’s Egyptian Dawn
by David Imhotep Ph.D.
Warning!--Why must deceivers try to change history? They have a motive. Read more
Wow! Who would imagine that after hundreds of years of exploration of the Giza plateau, there would be so much still to be discovered? Read morePublished on August 8, 2011 by Red Rabbit
I was very disappointed with this book! Temple goes on and on without getting to the point! I don't care if he was swinging off the ladder in the dark.. Read morePublished on May 27, 2011 by dk